ABOUT WILD AWAKE
Wild Awake was founded by Richard Dawson, an educator and project manager with over 20 years’ experience in education for sustainable development, project management and learning from nature. He has brought about educational change in over 30 countries worldwide with governments, civil society, international NGOs and business.
Wild Awake is a not for profit social enterprise. Its purpose is to develop and provide learning which inspires change towards a more sustainable planet, and support people to live healthy and happy lives which respect natural limits. It achieves this through providing learning which reconnects people with the natural world through first-hand experience. It brings educational expertise in terms of curriculum development, writing learning resources, educational strategy, training and consultancy.
The Objectives of Wild Awake are:
Develop and provide learning which inspires change towards a more sustainable planet.
Support people to live healthy and happy lives which respect natural limits.
Draw inspiration from nature to rethink how human systems are designed.
Reconnect people with the natural world through first hand experiences.
Provide educational services such as curriculum development, learning resources, training and consultancy in pursuit of the above.
In pursuit of these objects Wild Awake works with governments, civil society and learning providers to create, develop and implement educational projects. Wild Awake delivers training programme for teachers working in partnership with education departments, and also delivers informal training for youth leaders and outdoor educators. Wild Awake supports partners to develop their strategic approach to the delivery of learning and programmes.
Wild Awake is registered with Companies House in the UK; registration number 10063918.
Wild Awake puts together teams to deliver projects around the world. With over 20 years international experience, these teams are led by Richard Dawson and draw on our group of experts to meet each individual project need.